Central California Earthquake Felt On Parts Of Central, South Coasts
An earthquake rocked parts of the Central and South Coasts Wednesday.
The magnitude 3.7 quake was centered in an isolated area of Central California. But, people reported feeling the 10:05 a.m. quake in the San Luis Obispo area, which is 37 miles southwest of the epicenter.
And, some people reported feeling it in the Santa Barbara and Goleta areas, even though they are about 70 miles southwest of the epicenter.
There are no reports of damage, or injuries.